Associate Professor Michael Gooseff will serve as co-principal investigator on a five-year, $3 million National Science Foundation grant that will study the changing climate and rivers of Alaska and western Canada.
Tara Randall was recently awarded the WateReuse Association Colorado Student Scholarship, which will help her conduct meaningful water reuse research that spans social, cultural and economic barriers in Israel and Uganda.
Professor Mark Hernandez and Patricia Keady, CEO of Fort Collins-based Aerosol Devices, recently received a $898,347 grant from the National Science Foundation that will help them take the next step in their aerobiology research.
A team of environmental engineering students -- Brandon DaSilva, Powell Hinson, Rachel Knobbs, Lin Ye and Ryan Smith -- won the Water Environment Federation National Design Competition at WEFTEC, the world’s largest annual water quality exhibition!
Eager to make a difference in people’s lives through civil engineering and passionate for photography, undergraduate Joelle Westcott combined her two interests with enthusiasm in southern Africa this summer.
CU Boulder is part of a new, $100 million interdisciplinary partnership to address critical water security issues in the United States over the next five years, the U.S. Department of Energy announced Monday.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science is establishing new research collaborations and launching an international engineering course with the Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral in Ecuador. The two universities will work together to investigate new energy solutions for the campus in Guayquil, Ecuador, and explore air quality issues in the South American nation.
Justin Whiteley (PhDMechEngr’16), co-founder and CTO of Emergy Foodsand and CEO Tyler Huggins (PhDCivEngr’16) have closed on their first round of venture capital funding and have constructed a manufacturing facility just outside Boulder where they plan to produce their new source of protein. The protein, a fast-growing microorganism has the potential to decrease environmental tolls associated with raising meat or crops and could also be a promising source of nutrition in developing regions of the world.
Sara Beck finished her undergraduate degrees at CU Boulder in 2003, double majoring in aerospace engineering sciences and studio arts. After an impressive first job at NASA, she returned to the College of Engineering and Applied Science and earned her PhD in environmental engineering under Professor Karl Linden in 2015.